India created history, Chandrayaan-3 landed on the moon, know history

India created history, Chandrayaan-3 landed on the moon, know history

India’s dream of going to the moon came true today. Yes, today, on August 23, at 6:40 pm, through Twitter, the Indian Space Research Organization gave the good news of the successful landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the South Pole of the Moon. This mission of India to go to the moon has been recorded in the golden pages of history. It is a time of great pride and joy for the whole of India. After many efforts, today India has created its history. Chandrayaan-3 was launched from Sriharikota in Andhra Pradesh on July 14 at 3.35 am. It is believed that Chandrayaan-3 will travel 3.84 lakh kilometers in 41 days. This was India’s third lunar mission. Let us know from where this mission started-


The first mission to the Moon was launched on 22 October 2008. This mission was approved by the Government of India in 2003. After 5 years, on 22 October 2008, Chandrayaan-1 (PSLV-C) rocket was launched from Srihari Kota. Chandrayaan-1 was orbiting around at an altitude of 100 km from the lunar surface to detect and photograph water, mineral and chemical elements on the moon. After completing all the objectives, Chandrayaan-1’s orbit was raised to 200 km in May 2009. At the same time, during this time a horizontal cave-like structure, known as Lava Cube, was found on the surface of the Moon. In this mission, Chandrayaan-1 remained in the Moon’s orbit for 312 days and also orbited the Moon more than 3400 times. The duration of this mission was kept for about 2 years but due to loss of contact, this mission was terminated on 29 August 2009.

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The second mission to the Moon was Chandrayaan-2, which included a lander, a rover and an orbiter. The main objective of this mission was to operate the robotic rover on the surface after a safe landing on the lunar surface. With the help of this robot, it was to detect the minerals present on the moon, scan the atmosphere and map the surface of the moon by finding out whether water is present or not. This mission was as complex as it was important for India. At the same time, unfortunately Chandrayaan-2 was not successful in landing on the surface of the Moon in 2019.


At the same time, Chandrayaan-3, the third mission to go to the moon, has successfully landed on the moon today. The LVM M-4 rocket landed on the lunar surface this evening, making India the fourth country to reach the Moon. Today is a very special day for every Indian. On the other hand, if all goes well, what India could not do in 2019, it will do it this time.

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